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Dramatic video captured the moment a brave policeman pulled an injured man from a burning car on a busy Michigan interstate. The video begins from the vantage point of Harper Woods Police Officer Luke Pauley, whose body camera showed him responding to the scene of a rollover crash on I-94 at Moross Road in Detroit, on June 27, 2021. Officer Pauley can be see running towards the car that's engulfed in flames. Dashcam video then shows him reaching into the burning car and pulling out the driver - ultimately bringing him to safety.
July is the Month the Church Dedicates to the Most Precious Blood

(L.) Margaret of York Duchess of Burgundy 's Crown (R.) Margaret & Charles Duke of Burgundy's, July 3, 1468 Wedding 

 

Pictured is the gold & jeweled crown worn by Catholic monarch, Margaret of York, during her marriage *celebrations. It was made around the year 1461. Margaret’s crown is one of only two surviving English medieval crowns. It has been housed in the treasury of the Aachen Cathedral, in Germany, for centuries.

 

*The bride made her Joyous Entry in a golden carriage drawn by white horses, wearing upon her head this golden crown. Also, when the Duke and Duchess of Burgundy appeared in Burgundy together for the first time, both wore magnificent crowns.

 

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Video: Louis XVI Pour Dieu et pour le Roi "Rembarre!"

(Note: TCW is not being compensated in any way by providing this list of properties.) Although Brittany, France will experience the 3 Days of Darkness [as the whole world will], multiple prophecies say Brittany will be the safest place on earth, during and after the 3 Days Chastisement. It's also prophesied that a special shrine will be erected there, after "The 3 Days", where survivors [True Catholics] will flock and Christendom will flourish!

 "Q.  What are the punishments imposed on sodomites?

 

A.  This execrable crime is punished in the first instance by divine law with the death penalty:  If a man sleeps with a man as with a woman, both have committed an abomination and they shall be put to death (Lev. 20.13).  St Paul assigns the same penalty of death in Rom. 1 not only to those who commit this detestable offence but also to those who consent to it.  According to St Thomas [Aquinas], every sodomite died before the night of the Lord's birth, so that the nature which he assumed should not be defiled with such impurity.  The lifeless sea washed over the locations of Sodom and Gomorrah, so that the land infected by that crime should not be seen any longer.

 

 

 

"Sodom and Gomorrah"

by Gillis Mostaert, 1597 A.D.

 

By human law, even among the gentiles, sodomites were punished with the penalty of death by burning.  According to the civil law in the Liber Authenticarum, they are similarly subject to the death penalty.  Under Spanish law, they are deservedly punished with death by burning and the confiscation of their property. Canon law punishes sodomitical laymen with the penalty of excommunication.  In a constitution published in 1568, Pius V decreed that clerics, whether regular or secular, apart from the other punishments inflicted by the common law, should lose their office and be handed over to the secular power."

 

(Source: Extracted from "Compendium Salmanticense in Duos Tomos Distributum
Universae Theologiae Moralis", by Fr. Antonio de San José, 1779 A.D., Imprimatur)

 

Note: The Cursus Theologicus Moralis Salmanticensis was prepared by Discalced Carmelites from the Colegio de San Elías de Salamanca (the same College where the great Salamanca Dogmatic Theology Course was also written). The Moral Salamancans consist of six thick volumes and an appendix, published between 1665 and 1753, reissued several times (the last edition in Venice 1764). Fifteen years after the last Venetian edition, the Carmelite *Fr. Antonio de San José (1716-1794) prepared a Compendium Salmanticense in duos tomos distributum universae Theologiae Moralis, which was published in Rome in 1779

 

*Fr. Antonio de San José was a Discalced Spanish Carmelite religious, born in 1716 in Echano (Vizcaya) and died in Burgos in 1794. Within his order he was reader, prior, synodal examiner in the archbishopric of Burgos and attorney general of the Congregation of Spain and the Indies in Rome.
 

 
"Aids is a chastisement from God." 
                                         
                                                    -Gregory XVII ("Siri")

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